THE POPULAR Godiva Festival will be back with a bang when the main stage on September 4 will be headlined by global superstar Craig David and his TS5 party on September 4.
The event itself will run from September 3 to 5 in the city’s War Memorial Park.
TS5 started out as an exclusive pre-party hosted by David at his penthouse home in Miami but has quickly grown into a world-renowned show that has toured the world and has been featured at some of the UK’s biggest festivals including Glastonbury.
The set showcases Craig’s amazing ability to sing, MC and work the crowd, all while DJing simultaneously and will bring a prestigious party vibe to the Festival’s Saturday night.
Early bird tickets for the festival are now on sale at www.godivafestival.com/buytickets and people are encouraged to get in early to avoid disappointment.
‘Craig David presents TS5’ is the first act announced for Godiva Festival’s 2021 bill with lots more to follow soon.
Coun Abdul Salam Khan, Deputy Leader and Cabinet Member for Events, said: “We’re thrilled to be able to announce that ‘Craig David presents TS5’ is our first act for 2021 and will be headlining the main stage on the Saturday night.
“Craig is a household name and TS5 has graced some of the biggest and best festivals in the UK.
So, it’s fantastic that this show will headline Godiva during our year as UK City of Culture.
“We know that many of you are eager to hear about who else is playing the festival and rest assured, we’ve got plenty more to announce very soon.
“It’s shaping up to be another fantastic festival and I encourage everyone to get their tickets early to avoid missing out.”
Godiva Festival is being brought by Coventry City Council and supported Coventry City of Culture Trust.
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